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Does anyone know where I can purchase the round plastic hangers that you countersick into the wood with a holesaw or bit. They are usually white plastic, can be the keyhole type or the saw tooth type. You see these holders on the calender frames from Lang/Pineridge. You just drill a circle hole and pop in the plastic circle. Makes life easy. Can anyone direct me to a supplier or website. Been looking for awhile and any of our wood/supplier do not know????? Thanks Linda
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I think I know what you mean. You may want to try your local Canadian Tire, or Michael's if there is one near you, and look into picture framing supplies.

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